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We came to Hudson to celebrate our first anniversary. We chose to stay at Batterby House because of all the positive reviews and just had to reciprocate to share our experience! Don't let the modest exterior fool you. As soon as you walk in the...More
I cannot praise Batterby House enough. Joe and Courtney are incredibly hospitable folks who have set up a truly unique BnB in a very well located area of Hudson. Their breakfast is quite a spread. While I was there they prepared fresh baked biscuits, fresh...More
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Management response:Responded 5 September 2018
Thank you so much for your kind review. Joe and I are so happy to hear you enjoyed your stay with us! We're always glad to have a fellow film nerd in house :)
Batterby house was the perfect setting for our weekend getaway from the city. The decor and styling are lovely and modern, and the bed was incredibly comfortable. Joe was a lovely host, and served us delicious breakfasts both mornings of our stay. From the vinyl...More
Where do I begin? When we got to Batterby House, it was a rainy dismal day outside but truly incredible when we walked through the doors. Joe and Courtney could not have been more hospitable. The inn was so inviting. We stayed in Room #5...More
Despite being on his own for the weekend, Joe did a fantastic job making us feel welcome last weekend at Batterby House. From start to finish, he was hospitable and kind, and provided legendary breakfasts on both days. Batterby House was well appointed throughout, had...More
Batterby House, at 251 Allen Street, is a Victorian in the Queen Anne style. Built in 1900, it was designed by architect M.J. O'Connor as a rectory. It subsequently served as a convent for the sisters of …MoreSt. Mary's Academy. The house features beautiful parquet floors throughout, leaded glass, stained glass, an imposing mahogany stairway, pocket-doors, 10-foot ceilings and even the original wooden ice boxes in the basement. All of our rooms include a Beautyrest Black ultra plush pillowtop mattress, flat screen smart TV with DirecTV and NFL Sunday Ticket, Blu-ray player with streaming capabilities, vinyl Record Players (welcome to 1979) and Bluetooth speakers, complimentary Wi-Fi, and a community snack bar located on the second floor stocked with complimentary gourmet snacks and drinks. Less
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